Jennifer Edwards Baker reports:
A bit of fog is clouding some part of the region this morning, especially areas north of the city.
The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued a special weather statement cautioning patchy, dense fog in Butler and Warren counties through at least 9 a.m.
Closer to the Ohio River, visibility is at four miles in downtown Cincinnati and at three miles at Lunken Airport.
Later, the fog will burn off as our high temperature pushes to 85 degrees under mostly sunny skies.
Summer will return in full force this week with plnety of humidity and heat. Warm air from the south is filtering in, keeping temperatures a bit warmer than normal than normal for this time of year, said meteorologist Ashley Novak. By Tuesday, the mercury will rise into the upper 80s.
Overnight lows will be warmer than we’ve seen over the last several days, too, hovering in the upper 60s.
Our best chance for rain this week will come Wednesday and Friday.
Looking ahead to the weekend, temperatures will be flirting with 90 degrees by Sunday.